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Designed for global markets, Timegate is used on 5 continents by some of the world’s largest support services businesses. Driven by our clients, Timegate has evolved to help our clients operate across diverse sets of operating conditions including multiple languages, multiple time-zones and a wide variety of support services streams.

We are confident that your business, no matter how large, how diverse or geographically established, can benefit from Timegate.


Timegate’s language library is a critical tool for any global FM provider.

Timegate supports a variety of languages and character sets from Thai to French, but this language library can also be used to customise the internal jargon of your operation, providing you with the means to change labels wherever appropriate; Duty = Shift = Work Block = Job.

Enabling instructions to be communicated and understood by all, Timegate keeps businesses efficient and service delivery at the centre of the operation, no matter which country you may be operating in.


Translating the language of money into one that is understood by all, the currency neutrality capabilities of Timegate keeps business accounting accurate and processes streamlined. Units of measure can be adapted to suit the operation’s trading preference.


Some territories are small and some are clearly vast. When you operate across multiple timezones, but want to use one application to do it, it will be important that the provider you pick can support the expanse of the operation and offer you genuine solutions to these specialised demands. Timegate can. 

In an industry where mobility and agility is key, there is no guarantee of where business will take you, or where you will need to operate your FM organisation from. Timegate is equipped to deal with this. All you need is your internet browser and away you go.


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